On June 6, Policy Options magazine, a digital publication of the Institute for Research on Public Policy, hosted a luncheon and panel discussion on the topic of the North American trilateral relationship. The event couldn’t be timelier, taking place as it did a few weeks before the meeting in Ottawa of the Canadian, US and Mexican leaders. Energy and the environment; the cross-border movement of business people, tourists and students; innovation; and the anti-NAFTA rhetoric emerging from the US election campaign are just some of the issues swirling around the so-called Three Amigos summit.
Executive Director, North America Policy and Relations, at Canada’s Department of Global Affairs.
Trade representative for the Mexican Ministry of the Economy and the Mexican NAFTA office in Canada.
Minister Counselor for Economic Affairs at the US mission to Canada.
President of the Fundación Imagen de México (Mexico Image Foundation) and former member of the Mexican federal congress.
President, Analytica Advisors.
Editor-in-chief of Policy Options.